Tax is Not Calculated Correctly When Returning a Discount-Tax Override Transaction

(Doc ID 2112873.1)

Last updated on MARCH 09, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Point-of-Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In Oracle Retail Point of Service (ORPOS), when performing a return for a discount-tax override transaction, the TAX is not calculated correctly.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Log into POS client
2. Perform a sale transaction as follows:
    2.1 Add an item ID: 1234. Its original price is 10.00
    2.2 Go to F8/Pricing ->F4/Discount-> F2/%Transaction
       2.2.1 Enter % Discount = 10
       2.2.2 Select a reason code
       2.2.3 Click Next to go back to the selling items screen
    2.3 Navigate to F5/Transaction -> F2/Tax->F2/% Override
       2.3.1 Enter Override Tax % = 10
       2.3.2 Select a reason code
       2.3.3 Click Next to go back the selling items screen
    2.4 See that the Tax is calculated correctly for this transaction: Tax = (original price – discount)*tax% = (10.00 – 1.00)*10%=0.90. The total is 9.90



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